Jim Hackett to lead Ford as it “transforms for the future”

Ford Motor Company has named Jim Hackett as its new president and CEO as part of a series of key global leadership changes. Hackett, 62, has a long track record of innovation and business success as CEO of Steelcase, interim athletic director at the University of Michigan and executive chairman of Ford Smart Mobility since March 2016.

Jim Hackett to lead Ford as it “transforms for the future”

May 23, 2017

Ford Motor Company has named Jim Hackett as its new president and CEO as part of a series of key global leadership changes. Hackett, 62, has a long track record of innovation and business success as CEO of Steelcase, interim athletic director at the University of Michigan and executive chairman of Ford Smart Mobility since March 2016.

Matt Dyer named as new BVRLA chairman

The British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA) has announced Matt Dyer as its new chairman as part of a series of new appointments announced at the association’s annual general meeting.

Matt Dyer named as new BVRLA chairman

May 18, 2017

The British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA) has announced Matt Dyer as its new chairman as part of a series of new appointments announced at the association’s annual general meeting.

Are company car drivers ready for autonomous vehicles?

The advent of new technology has undoubtedly spurred a new era for driving. But while the concept of the connected car and the adoption of new fuel technologies such as electric and hydrogen fuel cells have been met by open minds, autonomous vehicles have provoked significant debate.

Are company car drivers ready for autonomous vehicles?

May 18, 2017

The advent of new technology has undoubtedly spurred a new era for driving. But while the concept of the connected car and the adoption of new fuel technologies such as electric and hydrogen fuel cells have been met by open minds, autonomous vehicles have provoked significant debate.

Members' Blogs

Why successful customer engagement needs to go beyond words

Mar 21, 2017

Currently the lion’s share of communications from auto financiers, in concert with their brand partners and franchised retailer networks, is delivered by conventional methods. Very often this communication is one way and doesn't promote interaction ‘in the moment’. For example, traditional posted mail and outbound telephone calls from retailers or contact centres are very much alive and kicking. Whilst these efforts are laudable, the old conventional methods are fast running out of road and they are not in sync with the habits of the 21st century consumer.

 
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